Ottawa announces $8.3M for beef industry amid China standoff
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Ottawa announces $8.3M for beef industry amid China standoff

Canada’s beef industry is getting $8.3 million in federal funds, the bulk of it aimed…

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Bots tweeting about Toronto’s Sidewalk Labs project raise disinformation red flags
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Bots tweeting about Toronto’s Sidewalk Labs project raise disinformation red flags

A swarm of bots on Twitter sent out identical, co-ordinated tweets this week about a…

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Canadian and U.S. economies are converging but danger lurks: Don Pittis
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Canadian and U.S. economies are converging but danger lurks: Don Pittis

On the face of it, Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz and his deputy Carolyn…

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Canada keeps breaking jobs records, but that could end Friday: Don Pittis
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Canada keeps breaking jobs records, but that could end Friday: Don Pittis

The Canadian economy has been a job creation dynamo, but the latest prediction from a…

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Alberta village that started mining coal and shifted to oil and gas struggles to make a go with wind
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Alberta village that started mining coal and shifted to oil and gas struggles to make a go with wind

The people of Paintearth County, Alta., have been in the business of producing power for…

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Milk-based liquor gets shot at lucrative vodka market
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Milk-based liquor gets shot at lucrative vodka market

An Almonte, Ont., distiller is “ecstatic” he can now put the word vodka on the…

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Ontario set to get 50 new cannabis stores
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Ontario set to get 50 new cannabis stores

Ontario is set to get 50 more cannabis stores starting in October, and applicants will…

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Canada swings to trade surplus in May as exports to U.S. rise to all-time record
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Canada swings to trade surplus in May as exports to U.S. rise to all-time record

Boeing says it will contribute $100M to help families of 737 Max crash victims
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Boeing says it will contribute $100M to help families of 737 Max crash victims

Boeing on Wednesday said it would give $100 million US to organizations to help families affected…

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How a lack of crash test dummy diversity fuels a safety gap between men and women
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How a lack of crash test dummy diversity fuels a safety gap between men and women

New research shows that while cars are safer than they’ve ever been, women are at far…

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